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'People were glaring as if I was some sort of scooter hooligan'

'People were glaring as if I was some sort of scooter hooligan'

With the roll-out of an electric scooter trial causing increasing concern among residents, we had a go on one of the controversial devices.

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Hunting down Little Switzerland

Hunting down Little Switzerland

Curiosity over an old postcard has led to the discovery of a forgotten history.

Vanished without a trace

Vanished without a trace

We speak to three families who are still holding on to the hope of fresh information about their loved ones who went missing more than 20 years ago.

The bomb ship explosion felt '5,000 miles away'

The bomb ship explosion felt '5,000 miles away'

For those concerned over the wreck of the SS Richard Montgomery, a bomb ship detonated in the Channel gives a chilling clue as to what could happen.

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The history of Pride in Kent

The history of Pride in Kent

It may have a relatively brief history but Pride events in Kent have already made an impact as we look back at the festivals held in the county.

'Easter? I'm one of Kent's 2,881 pagans and I'm celebrating Ostara'

'Easter? I'm one of Kent's 2,881 pagans and I'm celebrating Ostara'

Easter isn't just celebrated with chocolate and Sunday mass, the holiday's origins of Ostara are still celebrated today by Kent's 2,881 pagans.

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Kent from the skies in the 1950s and 60s

Kent from the skies in the 1950s and 60s

Just how much has the county changed in the last 70 years? Take a trip down memory lane with dozens of pictures of Kent's towns.

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Thousands of new homes coming your way

Thousands of new homes coming your way

Thousands of new homes are planned for across the county as developers pick up the pace - we take a look at some of the biggest.

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The tragic Kent racer tipped to become F1 champion

The tragic Kent racer tipped to become F1 champion

Just months after landing a drive in F1, Kent's biggest motor racing talent lost his life aged just 23 – here we remember his all-too-brief career.

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Is this the future of office working?

Is this the future of office working?

With some businesses making a permanent move to home working, the boss of a shared workspace firm predicts an influx of people craving an office.

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Bargain spy cams and the revenge porn problem

Bargain spy cams and the revenge porn problem

After a voyeur was jailed for filming a woman without consent, we investigate the world of hidden cameras and the rise of intimate image abuse.

Film stars, floods and grisly goings on at forgotten pub

Film stars, floods and grisly goings on at forgotten pub

A remote pub demolished to make way for a major Kent bridge had a macabre reputation.

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25 years of Eurostar in Kent

25 years of Eurostar in Kent

We take a look at the cross-continent rail service - and its future in Kent - as it marks a quarter of a century in the county.

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Kent: A year in lockdown

Kent: A year in lockdown

It's been a year like no other. As Kent marks its lockdown anniversary, we look back on the highs, the lows and the heartbreak.

Why ice cream cones are off the menu

Why ice cream cones are off the menu

We take a look at life for ice cream van operators - and how the lockdown has claimed an unlikely victim for one popular firm.

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From Kent estate to breaking records with Michael Jackson

From Kent estate to breaking records with Michael Jackson

We meet the globally renowed music producer who grew up on a Kent council estate and is now breaking Spotify records.

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Wild nights at Kent's biggest-ever nightclub

Wild nights at Kent's biggest-ever nightclub

Amazing pictures of packed dance floors and crazy antics show exactly why Amadeus has earned legendary status.

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The hidden cost of Deliveroo and Just Eat

The hidden cost of Deliveroo and Just Eat

Delivery apps have transformed the way we order food - but at what cost? We look at the 'ghost' kitchens and hefty commission threatening an industry.

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What the Census could tell us about Kent

What the Census could tell us about Kent

Every decade the government asks the entire country to take part in a census - but why is it important and what can it tell us about our county?

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Square-bashing, cook-house duty and comradeship remembered

Square-bashing, cook-house duty and comradeship remembered

It's more than 60 years since the last National Serviceman received his call-up papers, but those who served still remember it well.

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